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									                   Peter Brown’s publications since 1990

1. 'The Bodmer codex of Menander and the endings of Terence's Eunuchus and other
Roman comedies', in E.Handley and A.Hurst (eds), Relire Ménandre (Geneva, 1990),
2. 'Plots and prostitutes in Greek New Comedy', PLLS 6 (1990), 241-266.
3. 'Menander, Misoumenos A31-6', ZPE 84 (1990), 8-10.
4. 'Athenian attitudes to rape and seduction: the evidence of Menander, Dyskolos
289-293', CQ 41 (1991), 533-4.
5. 'Menander, fragments 745 and 746 K-T, Menander's Kolax, and parasites and
flatterers in Greek Comedy', ZPE 92 (1992), 91-107.
6. 'The construction of Menander's Dyskolos, Acts I-IV', ZPE 94 (1992), 8-20.
7. 'Love and marriage in Greek New Comedy', CQ 43 (1993), 189-205.
8. 'The skinny virgins of Terence, Eunuchus 313-17', in H.D.Jocelyn (ed.), Tria
Lustra (Liverpool Classical Papers no.3, Liverpool 1993), pp.229-234.
9. 'Aeschinus at the Door: Terence, Adelphoe 632-43 and the Traditions of Greco-
Roman Comedy', PLLS 8 (1995), 71-89.
10. 40 entries, mainly on Greek and Roman Comedy, for the 3rd edition of the Oxford
Classical Dictionary (ed. S. Hornblower and A. Spawforth, Oxford, 1996).
11. Co-editor with Prof. P.J. Parsons of Oxyrhynchus Papyrus no. 4303 (New
Comedy) (1996).
12. Co-editor with Prof. P.J. Parsons of Oxyrhynchus Papyrus no. 4412 (New
Comedy) (1997).
13. ‘An interpolated line of Terence at Cicero, De Finibus 2.14’, CQ 47 (1997),
14. ‘Knocking at the Door in fifth-century Greek Tragedy’, in S. Gödde and T. Heinze
(eds), Skenika: Beiträge zum antiken Theater und seiner Rezeption (Festschrift for H-
D. Blume, Darmstadt, 2000), pp.1-16.
15. Introduction to Menander: the Plays and Fragments, translated by M. Balme
(Oxford, 2001, World's Classics paperback 2002). 16. ‘Actors and Actor-Managers at
Rome in the time of Plautus and Terence’, in P.E. Easterling and E. Hall (eds), Greek
and Roman Actors: Aspects of an Ancient Profession (Cambridge, 2002), pp.225-237.
17. ‘Greek Tragedy in the Opera House and Concert Hall of the Late Twentieth
Century’, in E. Hall, F. Macintosh and A. Wrigley (eds), Dionysus Since 69: Greek
Tragedy at the Dawn of the Third Millennium (Oxford, 2004), pp.285- 308.
18. ‘Il contesto legale e sociale della Cistellaria’, in Lecturae Plautinae Sarsinates
VII (Urbino, 2004), pp.13-33 [English version in PLLS 12 as ‘The Legal and Social
Framework of Plautus’ Cistellaria’, below].
19. ‘Socrates in Comedy’, in V. Karasmanis (ed.), Socrates 2400 Years since his
Death (Delphi, 2004), pp.525-535.
20. ‘Plautinisches im Terenz? Cistellaria 405-408 and Eunuchus 313-317’, in R.
Hartkamp and F. Hurka (eds), Studien zu Plautus’ Cistellaria (Tübingen, 2004),
21. ‘Soldiers in New Comedy: insiders and outsiders’, Leeds International Classical
Studies 3.08 (2004).
22. ‘The Legal and Social Framework of Plautus’ Cistellaria’, PLLS 12 (2005), 53-70
[English version of no.18 above].
23.'The Eunuch Castrated: Bowdlerisation in the Text of the Westminster Latin Play',
in P. Brown, T. Harrison, S. Instone (eds), θΕΩI ΔΩΡON (Essays for Theo Zinn,
Leominster: Gracewing, 2006), pp.128-140 [slightly revised version at no.29 below].
24. Terence: the Comedies (translation with introduction and explanatory notes,
Oxford 2006).
25.'The Comic Socrates', in M.B. Trapp (ed.), Socrates, from Antiquity to the
Enlightenment (Ashgate, 2007), pp.1-16.
26. 'Movements of characters and pace of action in Terence's plays', in P. Kruschwitz,
W.-W. Ehlers, F. Felgentreu (eds), Terentius Poeta (Zetemata, Munich, 2007),
27. 'Some Musical Versions of the Theban Plays', in X International
Meeting on Ancient Greek Drama, 2000 (2500 Years of Ancient Greek Drama:
Tradition and Perspectives), XI International Meeting on Ancient Greek Drama, 2002
(Theban Cycle) (European Cultural Centre of Delphi, 2007), pp.265-274.
28.'Scenes at the Door in Aristophanic Comedy', in M. Revermann and P. Wilson
(eds), Performance, Iconography, Reception: Studies in Honour of Oliver Taplin
(Oxford, 2008), pp.349-373.
29. 'The Eunuch Castrated: Bowdlerization in the Text of the Westminster Latin Play',
International Journal of the Classical Tradition 15 (2008), 16-28 [slightly revised
version of no.23 above].
30. Co-editor with Suzana Ograjensek, Ancient Drama in Music for the Modern Stage
(Oxford, 2010).

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